The tuberose soliflore, released to celebrate late spring and early summer, being the most beautiful time of the year to smell any flowers- humidity and temperature-wise.
A lot of perfumers attempted rose, lily of the valley, and even jasmine soliflores, some amazing perfumes were produced. However, when it comes to tuberose, only when it was incorporated with other aromatics, specifically mimosa, did tuberose shine in perfumes. It is a big challenge to produce a tuberose soliflore because of the fact that tuberose is not available as an essential oil, like most white flowers, available only as an absolute which means that as producers seek to maximize yield, they use every part of the flower, including the green stems, hence concentrating a smell that has absolutely nothing to do with the smell in the fresh flower, which - specifically in the case of tuberose- represent only a very small part of the plant. Therefore the absolute could even be mistaken for another aromatic altogether.
The sweet narcotic effect of the tuberose flower is like no other and for that we thought that it deserves a ballad on its own, Ballad Tubereuse is a jardin de tubereuse perfume, buy it only if you love floral perfumes or tuberose specifically, its everything tuberose, it has various very high grade absolutes of tuberose with least amount of greenery and various in the house tuberose extracts and enfleurages as well as musk ambrette absolute and essential oils and also honeysuckle and heliotrope enfleurages and extracts which are detrimental to the final smell of real tuberose, which share the same molecules with tuberose.
Enjoy the jardin))